Kings introduce former Jayhawk McLemore

Ben McLemore

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – One grew up in such poverty he had days when he wondered where he would find his next meal. The other is a coach’s son who attended the same high school as a player whose jersey is retired in the rafters.

Ben McLemore and Ray McCallum, while opposites in many ways, are now tied together in the same backcourt. The Sacramento Kings hope that will be the case for several years to come.

On the day NBA free agency began, Sacramento formally introduced its draft picks Monday. The team touted both as players with high character and tremendous potential who will help build the foundation of the franchise’s “new era,” which could become even more pressing if restricted free agent guard Tyreke Evans doesn’t return.

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